Can the world afford to save the lives of 6 million children each year?

@article{Bryce2005CanTW,
  title={Can the world afford to save the lives of 6 million children each year?},
  author={J. Bryce and R. Black and N. Walker and Z. Bhutta and J. Lawn and R. Steketee},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2005},
  volume={365},
  pages={2193-2200}
}
BACKGROUND In July, 2003, the Bellagio Study Group on Child Survival estimated that the lives of 6 million children could be saved each year if 23 proven interventions were universally available in the 42 countries responsible for 90% of child deaths in 2000. Here we assess the cost of delivering these interventions, and discuss whether the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) for child survival falls within the financial capacities of donors and developing countries. METHODS… Expand
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